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Blackness over the area of radiation and chemo post breast cancer, perscribed aloevera cream. Can I use this for acne and pigmentation?

my name sherpa suffered with breast cancer and got operated. And also took chemo and radiation . while radiation the particular part has become black so doctor has subcribed elovera cream 70% cured but more little is there. mine is very dry skin so i am using this cream on my face any problem acne marks and pigmentation pls advice me.
Asked On : Mon, 10 Sep 2012
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Hi elovera causes moistering effect which inturn increases comedomes causing acne.ok in hyperpigmentation by radiation it u said 70 percent is cured use some time until 95 percent is seen.then u should be bothered about pimples.pimples can be treated afterwards by nadoxin ointment in the morning and tretin cream 0.025 percent for short contact therapy in the night can cure pimples then post acne pigmentation can be cured by kojic cream.
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